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Architects: Martin Punitzer
Styles: Art Deco
Opened in 1929, this streamlined Art Deco styled cinema was designed by architect Martin Punitzer and had an original seating capacity of 1,106 located in orchestra and balcony.
It was re-modelled in 1951 by Paul Stohrer and Bruno Meltendorf and the seating capacity was slightly reduced to 998. It closed in 1977 and was converted into a disco club. This was bombed by a terrorist group in 1987 and was immediately closed although the damage done to the building was not too bad.
For many years now the building has been used as a furniture and household goods shop.
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